Laying in bed the dreadful opening sent a shudder down my spine as the words ‘strigoi, vrykolakas, vampire or vampir’ rung out like an account from the shrewd dead film. This little, multifaceted and sensational novel attracted me and kept my consideration through and through. I seldom tune in to book recordings, yet in the wake of perusing Blood Hunger with its solid female characters I thought I give it a go as opposed to peruse the book once more.
Sarah Leigh’s English/British tone is satisfying on the ears. I can say that I making the most of her perusing, her portrayal had a pleasant mood to it. There are no music or audio cues in this book recording, only Leigh’s voice as she takes you through a 15-century experience and the current day set sections of the Blood Hunger. On the off chance that you have not read the book it is a balance of ghastliness and tension. It additionally analyzes significant inquiries regarding conviction and morals and like the book it is a quick pace tune in. As vampire fan it embodies customary vampire stories. The consummation is activity pressed, as Lucia must stop the three vampire sisters suggestive of the Brides of Dracula executing and more casualties. I do like the fundamental Audible characters. The texture of Dracul’s connections is finished and trustworthy for a vampire novel, I additionally like that there is a plummet little riddle for fathoming.
Peruse with feeling and conviction, I do not know whether the chronicle is intended to sound old or it is coincidentally, whichever way it adheres near the book and is a little more than 3 hours in length, I trust it was unedited.